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and i can pretty much represent the 20 officers armed division first of all, we would like to thank mr. edward reiskin and our major concern our standard of living are not effected if there's indeed a transition we look forward to working with mr. edward reiskin and anyone else that is involved in the processed and we can sure you the quality of service whether be outstanding as it has been that's it >> say i want to echo would everything else said. >> (calling names) the last person to turn in a speaker card. >> thank you very much i want to echo officer kim's speech i
think that was very accurate there are tmc devastating the taxi economy i see taxis drivers that work thirty years and now working actually 4 or 5 in the morning a make ends meet theirs using apps in a taxi manner i'm sure you're aware of there's a t pack appeal that the puc made that the use of apples and oranges is prereplacement as opposing sides opposed to making it on demand lift say they over only on demand service i can't imagine losing the appeal fred wrote the report a couple of months ago and encouraged the
city attorney to join e pack i hope the city attorney asked dennis herrera to look at this and two days before the puc took jurisdiction over the vehicles had a letter of support it would be much better if the city had jurisdiction then you could control the numbers and it might well be you need two thousands of those vehicles to augment the transportation needs of city but you're driving down the industry f that will collapse you saw what michael peavy did. and i'll have to wait till the next meeting to finish >> thank you. mary i'd like to address some
media remarks ward's with regards to the pulling out of the taxi market unless code enforcement is enforced why should the industry pay the fees in their polluting our environment and using our infrastructure if that's our answer to why their double parking i don't know how many are empty but i know thousands the san franciscans rely an taxis to take them to the doctor and the blood bank and the director to look at that if they leave the taxi business she's dead one thing wrong and cab companies are not accepting medallions i'm
surprised she thinks they can transfer to other companies that's simply not the case and the macarter necessary concert the plan was eagle son in and out and pick up the folks why does the police not allow us to use that corridor while hundreds of concertgoers they were told to disperse or walk or take a bus because there's no taxis they were strand and to public was steadier towards taking the transportation uber's and small business sometime it is more than their plane tickets to get back to the hotels we need to work for the future of special events the taxis have to serve
the public. >> that's the last person to turn in a speaker card. >> next item. >> directors to our consent calendar calendar, are considered to be routine and may be acted upon by a single roll call vote of the commission. there will be no separate discussion of these items directors director rubke has asked for item 57 to be severed. >> so there's a motion on is consent calendar minus 2.5 all in favor, say i. opposed? number 5 we need to be recused. >> yes. i'll ask to be recused. >> is there another motion to allow director rubke to be recused all in favor, say i. opposed? your recused. so then item 5 is there a motion
on this one >> motion to approve. >> any further discussion all in favor, say i. opposed? so ordered a with the conclusion of the consent calendar i have 11 to authorize the director to have this reconditioning term of the steps to supply the rehabilitation and to rehabilitate the remainder of trucks up to 71 light vehicles not to exceed million dollars and expend the contract no matter than november 18th no member of the public wishes to speak. >> yes. this is a request for a administration of a contract
that we're using to rehabilitate our light rail vehicles the original contract was rehabilitating the doorsteps system the vehicles as well as the trucks which the the under carriage the vehicles in short the work on the trucks and other aspects of rehabilitation like wiring has been effective with the doors and steps has been less so, so what is amendment allows us to shift the money so we can stop doing the doors work and doing more of the trucks work we have some funding already identified and this contract whether allow 80 us to shift the funding be identified to got or - upgrade.
item 15 for the disclosed or not disclosed and discussion and that concludes our business. >> we're adjourned. >> oh, in record time that was a 5 minute master meeting. >> you can check onless next meeting. our next meeting >> it is 1:15. this is a regular meeting of august 19, 2014 on the commission on community investment and infrastructure.
please call the roll. >> thank you. the first order is business is item number, roll call. commissionerman. >> yes. >> commissioner sink. commissioner rosales. >> yes. >> all commission ers are present. the next regularly scheduled business meeting will be held on september on city hall, 416. announcement of sound producing devices during the meeting. the ringing and use of sound producing devices are prohibited at this meeting. please be advised the chair may order the removal from the meeting room of any person responsible for the ringing of or use of cell phone, pagers or other similar sound producing electronic device. c, announcement of time allotment for public comment. please be advised a member of the public has up to three
minutes on each public item unless the commission adopts a shorter period of time on any item. please fill out a speaker card provided by the commission secretary and submit completed card to commission secretary. the next order of business is item 3, report on actions taken at a previous closed session meeting, if any. there are no reportable actions, the next oerd sh of business is item 4, we have no items. item five, consent agenda and regular agenda. first, the consent agenda. item 5a approval of minutes of july 15, 2014. 5b, amending the personal policy to include sexual harassment and workplace violence.
approximately 107 very low and low income rental units per sunts to the hunters view phase one and two, rental housing loan agreement. middle point and west point roads, bay view hunters point redevelopment project area. an item 5d, authorizing a personal services contract with urban analytic a california limited liability corporation in an amount not to exceed
53,000 dlar related to the propose td issuance of tax allocation revenue bond and preparation of tax allocation bond with provisions for extension through december 31, 2015 for additional disclosure and analytical work in an amount not to exceed 12,000 dlar for a total amount not to exceed 65,000 dlar. action number 672014. >> thank you. do we have any speaker cards? >> no speaker cards. >> okay. no speaker cards. anyone in the audience would like to speak on any one of these items that are on consent? okay. so i'll close public commented. commissioners, we have three i p tells we can take individually. do i hear any comment or motion on approval of minutes of the regular meeting of july a. >> second.
>> moved and seconded. >> please announce your vote. mondejar. >> yes. >> sink. >> yes. >> rosales. >> yes. >> the vote is three is. >> the next item, item 5b,commissioners. >> yeah, i just want to know why do we 1,964,000. why [inaudible]. >> that's item 5c. we're on item 5b, the personnel policy. we haven't -- >> oh, i meant c. >> so 5b is amending personnel policy. >> i have not read that, but we just got this thing >> commissioners, there were minor typo corrections. the documents that you received last week attached the
amendments, but wu noticed there were minor typos and we have corrected them, there are no substantive changes to the proposed additions that would add policies related to workplace violence and sexual harassment to a person's supervisor or human resources division. >> okay. i move it. >> second. >> it's been moved and seconded. please call the roll. >> commission members, please announce your vote when i call your name. >> mondejar. >> yes. >> sink. >> yes. >> rosales. >> yes. >> the vote is three is. >> thank you. next item, 5c commissioners. commissioner sink you had a question? >> yes, i had a question about the [inaudible] almost $2 million.
>> through that dispersement action you indicated that only a certain amount of funds would be dispersed for certain preconstruction activities. since that time we've reviewed with the developer. in fact, some of the dollars would need to be used for appropriate architecture engineering expenses not to exceeds the total dispersement amount you previously authorized so we're now authorizing preconstruction activities and some construction activities for the amount indicated but all within the threshold that you previously approved. and we have housing staff here as well as the developer, mercy, to answer any questions you may have. >> okay.
>> any other questions? commissioner mondejar. >> yes. are there any significant changes that we need to -- that you can point out? >> no. there are no significant changes. that's why there was a proposal to include it on consent because it doesn't exceed your maximum dollar am that you aught ruized. authorized. it just allocates the use of those dollars to slightly different buckets. thorized. it just allocates the use of those dollars to slightly different buckets. >> i have no questions. do i hear a motion? >> i. >> commissioner mondejar has moved. commissioner singh has seconded it. please call roll. >> commissioner mondejar. >> yes. >> commissioner singh. >> yes. >> chair rosales. >> yes. >> the vote is three is. >> thank you. and the last item 5d on
consent, authorizing a personal services contract with urban analytics. >> i move and second. >> i don't have any questions so i will second that. >> it's been moved and seconded. please call roll. >> please announce your vote. commissioner mondejar. >> yes. >> singh. >> yes. >> rosales. >> yes. >> the vote is three is. >> thank you. >> can you call the next item. >> the next order of business is regular agenda, item 5e, consenting to former successor agency work with the golden state lawyers regarding the development of an arena, an event center under the mission bay south center [inaudible] redevelopment project area, discussion and action resolution 682014. madam director. >> thank you madam secretary, commissioners and welcome to the members of the publing. thank you so much for joibing us. as you know, your former colleague, commissioner
theodore ellington served as one of the founding members of the commission and he served since inception in december of 2012 through july 3, 2014, when he tendered his resignation to the mayor's office. during that time mr. ellington participated in a number of actions that are related to the mission bay south participation agreement implementation actions under that agreement, that is the approval of various for turned mission bay south own r par tisation agreement, your purchasing policy, which you have a clean and amended copy now actually on hand, does prohibit any agency employee, including former commissioners from working on matters in which the commissioner or employee had a direct and
and it is because that -- there is no direct and substantial interest. we do not see any undue influence, there is no conflict in staff's analysis and view, which is why we do recommend that the commission grant a waiver for mr. ellington's activities and his work with the warriors. that concludes my presentation and you see that mr. ellington is in the audience as well to answer any questions. >> thank you. before we hear from former commissioner ellington, madam secretary, do we have any speaker cards. >> we have no speaker cards. >> mr. ellington, welcome. >> yes, it is different from this side of the podium, but thank you guys so much for having me. director bohi, madam chair rosales and commissioners, i'm just excited about this new opportunity that's before me. it's kind of bittersweet because i know a lot of the
work we've done formally was very important to san francisco, whether it be affordable housing or improving the quality of life, just important work that i think, you know, i'm kind of sad to not be able to do in the same capacity. however, i am definitely looking to working for the warriors as a director of public affairs and continuing the amazing work in mission bay that we all started so i hope you guys grant me the waiver and can definitely look forward to working with each of you as we move forward. . >> thank you. are there any questions for there ellington? >> you know, we had a happy and a sad, you know -- we -- [inaudible] is going to leave us that soon, but i'm very happy for him, you know. so...
>> i don't know mr. ellington. [laughter] >> you didn't say good-bye and it's important to maintain relationships with your former commissioners, so -- >> absolutely. no, there was -- in all transparency, there was a quick turn around. i had to hop on an opportunity that presented itself. i didn't want to break any policy that's set forth so i didn't want to go behind closed doors and communicate with commissioners and undue unfluns. didn't want that to come into question so -- >> i do wish, you know, good luck with your new job. >> thank you. >> i was just trying to give you a hard time. [laughter] you didn't say good-bye to us. >> yes, and i would add that the commission went on a diet, as you can see because there are no longer five, there's only three of us, and as a
result having meetings is difficult at times because we have to coordinate schedules, but i will miss you as a commissioner but i will congratulate you on your work with the warriors. you did a fantastic job. >> thank you. >> we have in front of us, a resolution where we would be consenting to allowing former commission, theodore ellington to work with the golden gate warrior regarding an arena and event center, which is in mission bay, a project within our jurisdiction. do i hear a motion? >> i don't know what -- i second that. >> so it's been moved and seconded. >> i do have a comment.
i know that our personnel policy that we just approved and acted upon on consent has this two year, what i call revolving door provision that disallows appearance before us by a -- in this case a former commissioner for a period of two years. my understanding is that the city's program -- or the city's policy, similar policy a one year revolving door limitation and i would like us to look into -- we will -- i mean, i support this resolution, but i think i'd like to see us line up, you know, our revolving door policy essentially with the city's. i think it's as bit draconian to have a two year prohibition, so that's something we can put on for another meeting, i presume.
>> yes, we'd like to do some due diligence under the city's policy and compare the two and it might be that one of those options, if we notice other discrepancies or differences, certainly one of the options for the commission, you could in essence harmonize the policies and adopt the city's policy, but not the administrative procedures because it's governed by a separate commission. i think we can present some options to you. >> great. >> are there -- can i ask? >> absolutely. >> are there situations where former commissioner ellington will be appearing before us? as director of public affairs. i assume there would be. >> certainly. there's been a motion and a second. please call roll. >> please announce your vote. commissioner mondejar. >> yes. >> commissioner singh. >> yes. >> madam chairperson rosales. >> yes.
>> the vote is three is. >> thank you. . please call the next item. >> 5f, theodore ellington as commissioner of the commission on community investment and infrastructure. discussion and action, resolution number 692014. madam director. >> commissioners, i'm very pleased to bring this proposed resolution before you for your consideration. as you know, mr. ellington, former commissioner ellington was a founding member and along with you and former commissioner johnson really jumped into and the details on the policy and helping communities, not only with job opportunities through your policies, but with affordable housing opportunities and continuing to right the wrongs
of past actions of the former redevelopment agencies and the like. i too am sorry to see mr. ellington go and glad he's bringing that same lens to his new opportunities. with the commission's permission i'd actually like to read the resolution into the record, if i may. >> yes. absolutely. >> okay, great. be whereas on november 20, 2012, san francisco mayor, ed win m lee appointed mr. ellington as one of the founding members on the commission of community investment and infrastructure. he has served as the successor agency to the san francisco redevelopment agency of promoting community, economic and physical development in blighted neighborhoods and whereas during his tenure, mr. ellington has supported and the commission has approved numerous actions to implement
ocii's enforceable obligations which will result in the improvement of the economic vitality, urban landscape, affordable housing opportunities and quality of life in san francisco. with his oversight and approval, ocii has taken actions related to the active development in the hunters point shipyard and candle stick point, mission bay and project areas, along with assets in the yurba bu and whereas the commissioner of the commission that was created following the dissolution of the san francisco redevelopment agency, mr. ellington approved the numerous actions ocii undertook related to the disillusion of the former agency, including the approval of multiple amendments to enforceable obligations that created benefits for the taxing
entities for the city of san francisco, of two due diligence reviews for both housing and non housing assets which allowed ocii to review a finding of completion, the long rang property management plan, the confirmation of housing assets transferred to the city and three, recognized obligation payment schedules. and whereas